Chapter 17 The graduate years
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This chapter provides a recap of the central issues discussed in the Graduate Years section (chapters 12 to 16). An obvious feature of the chapters here is the evidence of sustained scholarship within the practice of each contributor. Most of the contributors have stumbled in higher education, not always motivated by EE in the first instance. Across the chapters there is a deep consideration given to what it means to have learned; or, what it means for EE to have contributed to the development of tomorrow’s aspiring change makers. This level of concern for learning has been transferred into the scholarly literature by the contributors, along the way, also shaping EE policy settings globally. Taken together, the contributors have demonstrated the very best of the scholarly action that continues to shape the domain of EE.

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